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and keeping that focus, i would expect that nancy pelosi's going to be speaker again pretty soon. >> david, obviously, interesting comments of the president there and the first read team says despite and we all know this, the debate over immigration and what to do about gun violence in this country, it is still the economy and they write, david, just in part, there's been no bridging between conservative view of austerity by measures of cutting spending cuts and what the democrats see here. as the solution, especially with sequester. we know that the democrats certainly have their plan as we have been told. they want a 50-50 split of spending cuts and tax hikes. that's the plan democrats are leaning toward but this still really is about the economy and how to solve some of the immediate problems we have. >> yeah. i must tell you that i'm one of the progressives who agrees with the economist paul krugman on this. any time talking about deficits, we are buying in to the right wing mantra somehow deficits are killing the economy. look at great britain and doing with their austerity plans and
make cuts as well. >> house minority leader nancy pelosi talking about sequestration and the budget on "fox news sunday" with chris wallace. she says the democratic party has made enough spending cuts though it is open to more and what the economy really needs is growth and new revenue. earlier this morning i had the opportunity to is sit down with chris wallace and hear more about his exclusive interview with the congress woman. chris, your conversation with nancy pelosi earlier today was actually the other day that you pretaped it, she seemed to indicate that democrats are bound and determined to raise taxes again. >> absolutely. you know, it is the old line the president used it during the campaign, balanced approach. it can't all be spending cuts, it has to be spending cuts and also some tax increases on the wealthy and loo it worked for them in the campaign. it worked during the argument over the fiscal cliff. i think and you see the president making the case now it is a choice between helping the middle class who the white house says will be hurt by these automatic spending cu
. as a biproduct of that, i would suspect that nancy pelosi is going to be speaker again pretty soon. all right? >> sounded like a raucous reaction. what was the energy like in the room? and what does it mean for the president to say he's going out there and do several fundraisers for democrats. this year. >> well, we were very excited to hear that the president is going to be with us as we head toward the 2014 elections. but we were just depending on the energy in the room. we also have a plan that was very detailed and presented to us on how we're going to get from here to there. to put the gavel in nancy pelosi's plan, clearly the president will have a busy schedule. >> thank you both for your time tonight. >> thank you. coming up, the question everyone is talking about. it's tough, it's rude, but it's real. is chris christie too overweight to be president? and is that the sound of a knockout punch? karl rove is down and out. the tea party monster can't be controlled. plus, to kill or not to kill. the hot debate over drones and presidential power is a tough one. my commentary ahead. >>> big
not getting the spenting under control. bill: nancy pelosi says it's a false argument to say we have expanding problem. >> the president said something similar to speaker boehner. of course, we have spending problem. bill: speaker boehner has been on the opposite side of that for years now saying the president got cold feet when it came to getting big deal and not forced into sequestration. >> i think the president had a great hunt in october and early december to get a lot of these things out of the way and he chose not to. it's time for the president to lead. and we wouldn't be going from one crisis to another. when you refuse to lead you allow yourself to be defined by crisis. why is it we are constantly churching from one crisis to another instead of solving these problems. i'm ready to solve them now, i think we should have solved them last year. but we did increase taxes last year on the group the president said was the solution for solving the revenue problem. it's a big issue to handle. we'll catch up the hearing tomorrow. senator mccain suggests for every three retirees, replace one a
in washington. we have a health care problem. it cost too much. then we heard over the weekend nancy pelosi said on the chris wallace show, washington doesn't have a spending problem. do you agree that? >> no, i don't. i think washington has a tremendous spending problem. and the only way we're going to get the deficit in control is to cut spending and have comprehensive entitlement reform. it's unconclusionable to leave this kind of debt to our children and grandchildren and they would not have the same opportunities that we've had if we leave them with this extreme debt here. so we have to accept responsibility to do something about it. i think again that, what dr. carson was saying. >> steve: yeah. i know you're a democrat and you feel that way, but what about the members of your party in congress? it just seems like don, we love you, but we don't agree with that. >> i think there are many democrats democrats who do. if you look at president clinton's pen you're, his fiscal policy was much more to the center. >> steve: we thank you for joining us on this busy news morning. >> thank you. >> st
votes and a minority of republicans. >> and basically hand power to nancy pelosi. >> again. that has been the precedent. >> governor, a lot of talk -- there's been a lot of talk about defense cuts, which certainly are half of the sequester. there are other programs being cut. 9.4% to unemployment benefits, 600,000 children and women lose food aid, 10,000 teachers fired. they're trying to emerge from the rock of being unsympathetic to the working poor, the middle class. you have these sequester cuts take place that undermines any argument. >> i depart from democratic orthodoxy in this one. i so bad want to cut all the fat out of the pentagon that i'm willing to do this. it's terrible. i hope we can restore some of the things. 2% medicaid cuts don't have any effect on patient care whatsoever. it is true that there are some bad cuts in there from a democratic point of view. we are never again going to get a chance to cut the pentagon back from where it's been. pentagon hasn't had any significant cuts for 30 years. a lot of money that's going to be cut is money that was not asked for but
debate to the controversial gun debate, chris wallace will spoke with nancy pelosi and why they haven't taken hollywood to task for firearms in movies. >> why don't you go to your friends in hollywood and challenge them, shame them and say knock it off. >> i think whatever we do, when you talk about evidence-based we have that throughout our proposal. in other words, we don't want to just be anecdotally writing bills. >> uma: that's nancy pelosi and john mccain, check your listings for the time and the channel. it's long been called the holy grail of meteorology events, thunder-snow caught on camera. you won't believe it. coming your way next. ve inves. but that doesn't mean i don't want to make money. i love making money. i try to be smart with my investments. i also try to keep my costs down. what's your plan? ishares. low cost and tax efficient. find out why nine out of ten large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it caref
of an exclusive news, fox news sunday interview, chris wallace sitting down with house minority leader nancy pelosi to talk gun control and chris asking her whether it's time to confront hollywood over violence in movies, listen. >> why don't you go to your friends in hollywood and challenge them, shame them and say, shock it off? >> i think that whatever we do, when you tell them about evidence based, we have that throughout our proposal, in other words, we don't want to just be anecdotally writing bills. >> now, there's so much more in the exclusive interview with minority leader pelosi and arizona senator john mccain will join chris and tune into fox news sunday and check your local listing. >> i look forward to seeing that. in the meantime, the snow is falling in a lot of of different places as millions wake up to the aftermath of a historic storm and it's not over yet, folks. hundreds of thousands are without electricity as we speak, five states now under emergency declarations and some people are not even allowed on the roads. we'll tell you where help is needed. >> that's to their own
to act. >> we've seen the republicans playing game. >> i love nancy pelosi. >> playing games with the budget. >> they recognize that the sequester is a bad idea. >> i don't like the sequester. >> something so terrible. >> i am prepared to do a big deal. >> you need to have a balanced approach. >> that ends this governance by crisis. >> to solve it, you need to have a balanced approach. >> game of drones. >> john brennan's confirmation hearing. >> whether he should be the next cia director. >> he's determined, he's strong. >> john brennan is going to face questions. >> a lot of questions. >> about the legal justification for using drone strikes. >> drones set to take center stage. >> to kill american citizens. >> these targets are ethical and justified. >> these are not the drones you're looking for. >> republicans are at war with karl rove. bush's brain, as rove used to be known, when rove was thought to still have a brain, is on a mission to crush backcrap crazy republicans so the party will actually nominate more reasonable candidates who have a chance of winning general el
unfortunately we have run out of time as usual, your guests today, john mccain and nancy pelosi. >> two heavy hitters. they'll talk about the state of the union at the top of the hour. >> and we get to do the wednesday morning quarterbacking. >> exactly. >> thanks. you can catch that after our show at 9:00 a.m. >>> gwen talbart joins me in the newsroom. i have to say i am thankful we got missed by that storm. >> me, too. we were really, really lucky. we did get the strong winds, however. >> yeah. >> i'm sure everybody felt them. they even woke me up friday night. let's look at the wind gusts we had. unbelievable. 43-mile-per-hour wind gusts saturday. 40 at national airport. 46 at bwi and 55 at dulles. today, however, much calmer day in the wind department. as far as sky conditions are concerned, sunshine to enjoy. ridge of high pressure in control, and that's going to keep us with plenty of sunshine. increasing clouds later in the afternoon ahead of a system, however. here's a look at highs yesterday, 43 at national. 42 dulles and 40 at bwi. these temperatures below the seasonal average, whi
. >> mike: and hey, chris, nancy pelosis and john mccain on the show today. >> and we sat down with nancy pelosi. and one thing we talked about gun control she's calling for a study and obviously they want bans on guns and things like that. she says let's have a study whether or not this violence out of hollywood creates any violence in the real world and i said do we really need another study? here is a clip. >> why don't you go to your friends in hollywood and challenge them, shame them and say, knock it off? >> i do think whenever we do when you tell them it's evidence-based we have that throughout our proposal. in other words, we don't want to just be anecdotally writing bills. >> so the bottom line was, she was saying, you know, we're going after the gun lobby, but i'm not going to put any pressure on hollywood. >> so she moved not at all on that question he ththen? >> not a bit. >> tucker: nice try, not a bit. chris, we'll be watching. >> thanks a lot. and i say pelosi and mccain. with pelosi, quickly, a lot of talk about sequestration and whether it should be spending cuts or wheth
was lying to nancy pelosi. he was lying to the colleagues. and i think that's why he didn't have anyone defending him when he went down. >> right. >> i wonder what you make of new jersey senator menendez. nobody know what is to make of the story. there's two parts. whole allegation of prostitution. i have no idea what's going on there but a top donor in florida, his office was raided by the fbi last week. this guy under investigation for something and now we know that menendez made calls about medicare payments to this doctor. he is a doctor. medicare -- he made calls to medicare to try to get more reimbursement i think for this doctor. was he leaning on the feds, more than that? there's controversy for menendez and how do you think he's handled it so far and what do you think he should be doing? >> i think he's handled it pretty poorly. another aspect is the plane trips that he took down to the dominican republic on the private plane of the doctor in question. i think the plane trips cost nearly $60,000. >> right. >> for two private plane trips. the total net worth is under $100,000. h
't have cancellations. fiscal policy and nancy pelosi. >> we'll have an interview with the democratic leader in the house, nancy pelosi. one of the big issues, we just passed the fiscal cliff, but we're headed to automatic cuts of $100 billion, what's called sequestration, march 1. half in domestic programs, half in pentagon programs. she and the president want to find a different mix of tax increases and spending cuts to put that off. we'll see whether that will happen. we'll talk to her sunday. >> there are some on the little who are actually saying, well, let's let it happen. won't be that bad. >> well, yeah. and particularly because some republicans are saying, look, the problem is not that we don't have taxes that are too low. it's that we have spending that's way too high. they're saying if we don't like all of these, let's have the automatic spending cuts go through, because over the course of the next 10 years, it would cut a trillion dollars in spending. >> also you have on t h e s h o w senator john mccain who has had a high profile the last couple of weeks. >> that's right
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and education issues. and on c-span3, house minority leader nancy pelosi marks the 20th anniversary of the family medical leave act signed into law in 1993 by president clinton. all these programs beginning at 8:00 eastern on the c-span networks. >> julia loved her time in the white house. she said in her memoirs, it was like a bright and beautiful dream. quite the most wonderful time of my life. so i think that gives you some idea of how much she enjoyed being first lady and how she felt her husband had finally achieved the recognition he deserved. >> historian eedth mayo on julia grant, who married her brother's west point roommate, ulysses s. grant. "first ladies: influence and image," their interests and influence on the president, produced with the white house historical association, it begins at february 18, 9:00 p.m. eastern and pacific on c-span, c-span radio and c-span.org. >> the single thing that coolidge did that we want to remember is when he left office the budget was lower than when he came in. that's the story for us now in a period where we're concerned. well, how d
, he'll take questions from minority leader nancy pelosi. what advice will colbert, a comedian, mind you, give democrats? alice? >> well, i'm a big colbert fan but i'm afraid even a colbert bump is not going to help his sister in that district. it's certainly going to go to a republican. i would imagine as a comedian he'll probably look at the group and encourage them, i understand there was a bipartisan reach-out by former governor sanford in an excursion to hike the appalachian trail. i would imagine he'd encourage some of the democrats including bill clinton to bypass on that. >> maria? >> if he goes in character, carol, he will beg the democrats to change their party name to republican in order to confuse voters, but if he's serious about giving them advice he would just say look democrats, don't do anything, don't say anything. the republicans are doing a great job of sinking themselves. >> oh, ouch! on that note we head to our political buzz. >> ouch. >> maria and alice, thanks so much for playing today. >> have a great weekend. >> you too. >>> the mt. washington observatory in
. >>> it's time for today's political headlines. in a new interview, house minority leader nancy pelosi made her case for president obama's plan to avoid sequestration. the major budget cuts that will go into action unless the president and congress can strike a deal. >> we have to look at how we get growth with jobs. that's where the revenue comes from. you don't get it by cutting education, cutting back on investments in science and national institutes of health, food safety, you name it. so it isn't as much a spending problem as much as it is priorities. that's what a budget is, setting priorities. >> one law maker who does think we have a spending problem is republican senator and tea party favorite rand paul. he made a bold statement in an interview this morning. >> the president's now caterw caterwauling about the sequester. so many are saying the sequester is a pittance. $1 trillion, and we're going to increase spending $9 trillion. even with the sequester, spending goes up $9 trillion, we're not even close to scratching the surface. >> joining me now, political columnist for "th
with the economy? you've had nancy pelosi over the weekend saying the fact that we have a spending and debt problem is a false argument. you've got him disbanding the jobs council. so i'm not optimistic, but it does appear that he's going to pivot to the economy now. at this point he's starting to look like a ballet dancer, and i hope he makes the right decision. jon: andrew, do you agree the economy is the number one issue? >> no doubt about that. i do disagree with the issues that he talked about, i definitely believe that the economy is number one for the public, and that's where the president is going to focus tomorrow night. jon: well, if the economy is the number one thing, chris, he did get reelected, essentially, you know, on, well, i mean, mitt romney hammered him on the economy, and president obama still got reelected. >> well, he did. i don't know that he did a great job point out the challenges to the economy. we saw the economy start to rebound. but half of americans still believe we are in recession. so this could kind of be the nixon goes to china time for obama. if he were to reach
. we'll keep an eye on it. the numbers seem to skyrocket every day. >> steve: nancy pelosi said we had to pass it before we found out about it. now after two elections, we found out about it. >> hold on to your wallet. >> steve: peter johnson, jr., thank you very much. great. meanwhile, want to make sure your kids are in good hands? then leave them with lieutenant nanny. former vets now being recruited for baby-sitting duty. that story coming up next. and is hollywood bud -- bruce wily list is hitting gun control with a vengeance a hybrid? most are just no fun to drive. now, here's one that will make you feel alive. meet the five-passenger ford c-max hybrid. c-max says ha. c-max says wheeee. which is what you get, don't you see? cause c-max has lots more horsepower than prius v, a hybrid that c-max also bests in mpg. say hi to the all-new 47 combined mpg c-max hybrid. he's going to apply testosterone to his underarm. axiron, the only underarm treatment for low t, can restore testosterone levels back to normal in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18. axiron
rarefied air and truly believe the peasants don't understand. like nancy pelosi say, we'll know what's in the bill after we pass it. america's going to know what we've gotten into after we've gotten into it. >> tell us what's on your show. >> whitney houston's mom will talk about her relationship. it's a powerful. >> cissy was a great singer. >> and amazing person and how whitney went from a well grounded girl that sang in church to a person who had her life ended by drug addiction. we've been hearing ab cybercrimes. one of the nation's leading experts on that tonight. >> thank you, governor. >> still ahead, your daily cup of coffee may have more caffeine than you need for the entire day. what you need to know about starbucks and all those energy drinks. >> how about making this valentine's day a movie night. we're sharing hollywood's top romantic movies of all time. like this one. >> i've been doing a lot of thinking, the thing is, i love you. >> what? >> i love you. >> how do you expect me to respond to this? >> how about you love me too? hi. hi. i'm here to pick up some cacti. it
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